Posted by: Ignorethebucklesonmyjacket | May 1, 2011

Back on Track?

Holy Crap!

This has been an insane year and it has thrown me for a loop.  

Writing has only been a thought.  My scripts have been put on hold…until today. 

I went for a short 3-mile run today to get my mind back on track and it really helped straighten everything out inside my coconut shell.   In twenty-seven minutes of running, I put my sixth script together for this series.

I’ll hopefully get it pounded out by the end of next weekend and will put this one to rest.   I’ll re-read the group and then figure out what to do next…since I am clueless.

I’m not really sure where to start, but I am thinking of finding a local production company to at least take a look at it.   Maybe nothing will come of it, but hopefully it’ll get someone on this earth knowing this 40-yer old brain has a little bit of  “funny” trapped inside.

I am working out my next series in my brain.  Six is enough for this one…I don’t want to get too attached to it so it isn’t so hard to let it go.  I’ll just put them in a binder.

It is amazing what “running” does for me.

It is a chance for me to get away from everything.   Since I work all day near a computer…and have my work computer home with me at night…work is always there.  I need to find a way to pack it away and work only on “funny.”

Allowing my old habits to change was not a good idea…and it showed.

Getting on the scale tonight only showed that I gained five pounds since I stopped doing ANY running, but I think I lost a lot more.

Time to get back on track.


  1. I certainly know THAT feeling! My life’s been derailed a bit. It’s an unsettling feeling, innit?

    • I am trying to refocus starting on Saturday of last week. I am working at an ULTRA high stress place…I am surprised that I only gaibed five pounds.

  2. I like your style..

  3. I’ll be glad to see you back on track. You’ve been missed.

  4. You can’t fail MTAE. 🙂 The first 5 scripts were inspiring and funny. That your imagination survives the stresses of your work is testament to the health of your 40-year-old brain!

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